Forget about battery packs; kraftwerk is a fuel cell powered portable charger

Wilmington, DE -- eZelleron Inc. is experiencing a huge rush. It has developed the smallest power plant in the world – just 200 g. The plant generates power from lighter gas or camping gas. On January 5, 2015, eZelleron introduced the pocket power plant on www.kickstarter.com. Since then, the company has been receiving thousands of advance orders. Even Apple has signaled interest in the product. Sascha Kühn PhD, President and Founder of eZelleron Inc., will be meeting with representatives from Samsung on January 21, 2015.

“Freedom is one of our most fundamental attainments. Kraftwerk gives you the freedom to be whatever you want to be,” said Sascha Kühn, President and Founder of eZelleron Inc. “With our newly developed power generation technology, anyone can charge their smartphone or tablet at any time – on a plane, in the Nevada desert or in the office.”

“We have experienced a huge rush since our technology was first launched. It’s just crazy. Our phones haven’t stopped ringing and we can barely keep up with answering emails. On January 21, we are meeting with Samsung to explore possible cooperation. Apple and other big companies in the technology and automotive sectors have also made inquiries,” stated Kühn.

eZelleron Inc. is collecting funds on www.kickstarter.com for its first series production. The Wilmington-based business was able to amass over 700,000 dollars within two weeks, and has already registered over 7,000 advance orders.

“I’m calling on all Americans: Be a pioneer and be one of the first people in the world to use your own power station – kraftwerk,” implored Sascha Kühn.

More info:
http://www.hellokraftwerk.com
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/265641170/kraftwerk-highly-innovative-portable-power-plant
Video: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCxR3QkDnCPcX_UFR058OaQ

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